Course: ENG 201: Introduction to Literature Fall 7W1 [Conway]

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ENG 201: Introduction to Literature Fall 7W1 [Conway]
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Department
English
Academic Program
Writing and Literature, A.A.
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Course Code
ENG 201
Course Description

This is an Introduction to Literature course.

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Manika Homere, Discussion 7

The stories'' Photograph of My Father in His Twenty-second Year'' by Raymond Carver and '' The […] See MoreManika Homere, Discussion 7

week 7

Raymond Carver and Sandra Cisneros are clear in their own ways. Carver’s writing frequently u […] See Moreweek 7

Jontay B

After reading “ Photograph of My Father in His Twenty-Second Year” by Raymond Carver, I can com […] See MoreJontay B

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Comment on: Ashantay Powell Discussion 7

this is a good point I like the way you compare and the connection between t'' Another Evening at the Club'' See MoreComment on: Ashantay Powell Discussion 7

Comment on: Week 7 Melissa cruz

Melissa, the prompt calls for a personal response to the writing styles of Carver and another […] See MoreComment on: Week 7 Melissa cruz

Comment on: Ashlee Smith Discussion 7

Jiyuan, it's not enough (but very friendly) to simply agree with what another student has said. […] See MoreComment on: Ashlee Smith Discussion 7

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Discussion 3

<p class="p1"><span class="s1">The C.S. Lewis phrase, "Literature adds to reality; it does not simply describe it," refers to how literature deepens your life and helps you develop the necessary abilities that life offers you. This idea is evident See MoreDiscussion 3

Discussion 1

A excellent choice for a literature class would be to begin with "The Most Handsome Drowned Man" by Marquez. The narrative illustrates how the unexplained arrival of a drowning man upends the routine, everyday lives of a community. Choosing this as See MoreDiscussion 1

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